Betway have boosted Timo Werner to score anytime against West Ham tonight to 5/4.
The German forward has enjoyed a relatively productive start to his Chelsea career with eight goals in all competitions so far this season.
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But the 24-year-old has now gone five games without a goal since scoring against Sheffield United on November 7th.
However, Werner’s pace and movement generates chances in the vast majority of games and if you fancy him to end his mini drought tonight you can back him at 5/4 (boosted from 11/10) to score against the Hammers at Stamford Bridge with Betway.
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Chelsea go into the game tonight after back-to-back defeats against Everton and Wolves seeking a win that would move them back up into 5th.
While West Ham could overtake Chelsea and could go as high as 6th with a win against their London rivals.
Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi could in some capacity after injury problems.
They’ve been training since the back end of last week and Frank Lampard will make a decision on them both prior to kick-off.
The legendary midfielder was also asked about Declan Rice’s progress since leaving the Chelsea academy, and having been linked with a return in the summer.
Lampard said: “He is a fantastic player for West Ham and England so fair play to him, because his journey there after leaving Chelsea and going to West Ham is a good story to hear.
“That shows a strength of character, and from our end, I certainly wouldn’t use the word regret.
“Our Academy is one of the best in the world and if you look at our first team now and the players we have produced who are in or around the first team squad, we have so many. And it is not easy, it is not an exact science to choose players.
“The Academy work brilliantly here and bring through a lot of players.
“Declan Rice has to give himself personal credit for having the great start to his career he has had at West Ham.”
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